Law firm positions itself for medical marijuana | Star Tribune
The aim of the coast-to-coast challenge is to reduce the number of fatalities, crashes and injuries along Interstates 90 and 94 from Friday through Monday, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. As of 4 p.m., no fatalities were reported by any campaigning states along the more than 5,600 miles of highway. There were no fatalities in Minnesota along the interstates Saturday night. Law enforcement officials are encouraging motorists to drive sober, be attentive and wear seat belts.
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I did not take one. I figured I'd wait until the wedding, which is a year away.
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Photo: Brian Peterson email@example.com, Tweet The medical marijuana business in Minnesota will initially be tiny, legally complex and highly regulated. Potential customers must suffer from cancer or glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Tourettes syndrome, symptoms of multiple sclerosis, Crohns disease, seizures or a few other illnesses , including terminal ones that cause severe pain or nausea. Nobody will be allowed to smoke marijuana; theyll have to take it in a pill or by vaporizer. The state health commissioners best estimate is that 5,000 people will get a card and buy cannabis pills or oil under current law.
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